Manimugdha S Sharma examines the First World War from the perspective of Indian women, particularly how they took on new responsibilities with their men at war.
Shweta Desai discusses the lost experiences of WW1 Indian soldiers through letters, literature and photography with Dr Prabhjot Parmar.
Narinder Singh Dhesi explores the role of the seven Sikh soldiers who fought for the Dominium forces of Australia during WW1.
An article on The Open University website explores Maharaja Bhupinder Singh, the charismatic rules of the princely state of Patiala.
This article, on Sikhchic.com, focuses on the courageous story of Udai Singh who saved the life of his commanding officer.
Dr David Omissi examines the letters Indian soldiers on the Western Front sent home, shedding light on their feelings of the conflict as well as impressions of European culture.
Tom Donovan examines the history of the Chattri memorial on the South Downs outside Brighton. This unique memorial stands in memory of all Indian soldiers who died during the First World War.
Christian DeFrance investigates the Indian presence in Northern France during the Great War with the president of the Association de Recherches Historiques, Archéologiques et
Militaires (ARHAM), Dominique Faivre.
Bhupinder Singh Holland explores the monumental sacrifices made by Indian soldiers, including Sikhs, on the Western Front.
This short story, by Talbot Mundy in 1917, tells the story of a Sikh cavalry regiment who are captured in Flanders during WW1.
This article focuses on scientific research conducted by German scientists on Sikh POWs during WW1.
This article in The Navy & Army Illustrated from 1902 focuses on the 45th Rattray Sikhs.